2020

 

 

12/02/2020

The Most Disruptive and Compelling Automated Biology Companies of 2020

Automated Biology Companies Driving Massive R&D Efficiency Gains

High Throughput Experimentation (HTE) in the modern biology lab is as critical as in any other aspect of R&D, as well as absolutely essential to improve productivity in drug discovery. HTE Biology brings quality, automation and biological and technical innovation as the underpins of plurality and speed in modern drug discovery. This concept applies to assay development and screening systems, biochemical and cell-based assays, detection technologies (e.g., qRT-PCR, flow cytometry, immunoassays, high content imaging) and much more. Among exciting new technologies, gene editing, cellular engineering and synthetic biology emerge to the top as drivers of innovation and change in the way we do drug discovery and development. This webinar will feature four companies that are disrupting the way we do biology with outstanding innovative technologies and solutions. Come and hear about what https://www.berkeleylights.com/, https://highresbio.com/, https://kytopen.com/, and www.Synthace.com, are doing to bring the Lab of the Future to reality via lab automation, computer-aided biology, robotics, synthetic biology, cell engineering, new technologies to develop cell-based therapies, and more. 

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11/11/2020

A Next-Generation Multi-Omics Example Blue Print

The Omics (Genomics, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Epigenomics, Metabolomics, and more) space has exploded over the past 10 years and like many other newer or advanced scientific and technological approaches there have been many lessons learned. One is you are going to need an enhanced scientific data management environment! As these data and experiences are driving more, and hopefully better decision making, it has become necessary to take these environments to the next software, workflow, and FAIR data/process solution space.


We are working closely with global R&D companies to ensure they have thought through their needs for a scalable multi-omics infrastructure.
In this webinar, we are covering companies that bring Best-in-Breed capabilities from the perspective of the 6 basic workflows: Request, Sample, Test, Experiment, Reporting, and Analysis. FAIR data and processes are a prerequisite as insilico and secondary use of data is part of the mission. Join us for a 20/15 Visioneers overview and then presentations from Genestack, Sapio Sciences, and Titian, and maybe one more surprise Partner-Vendor. 

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10/27/2020

The Best Scientific Decision Support Platforms Part 2

20/15 Visioneers is bringing you Scientific Software Partners that are making a difference in the world's laboratories today. Come and listen, watch, and participate with your questions! These companies are working very hard to make a difference! Think about it as a Virtual RFI!


In this webinar, we bring you Collaborative Drug Discovery (https://www.collaborativedrug.com/), LabVoice (www.labvoice.ai), Scilligence (www.scilligence.com), and Thermo Fisher (www.thermofisher.com)!

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10/28/2020

Partner-Vendors Making a Huge Difference in R&D&M Reproducibility

Are you a member of an R&D&M organization suffering from reproducibility? Whether it is in early research or going from development to manufacturing it’s a BIG problem with sometimes different solutions. 20/15 Visioneers is bringing you four (4) awesome but unique companies that are approaching it, maybe with some overlap and maybe from different angles! We invite you to come and learn how Bigfinite (now Aizon!) (www.aizon.ai), Emerald Cloud Lab (www.emeraldcloudlab.com) , QBDVision (www.QBDVision.com), and Sapio Sciences (www.Sapiosciences.com) are making a difference with their clients!

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09/23/2020

The Best Scientific Decision Support Software Platforms-Part 1

20/15 Visioneers, sponsored by Zifo RnD Solutions, will be kicking off its Fall Webinar Series with the top 4 contenders in the marketplace today, Benchling (www.benchling.com), Dotmatics (www.dotmatics.com), IDBS (www.idbs.com, and Sapio Sciences LLC (www.sapiosciences.com). The format will be a brief overview from John F. Conway and then each company will spend 15-20 minutes presenting their platform overview. We will then go into Q&A mode for the vendor-partners. This innovative approach will allow an introduction to companies you may not be familiar with, and get a very good understanding of their offerings! The types of criteria that we looked for when assembling this list were platform approach, scientific domain coverage, configurability, data management, and search (#FAIR), and intuitiveness/usability.

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